Historically Speaking Episode 80
Jim Davidson hosts Michael F. Dwyer, President of the Rutland Historical Society, in a program entitled "Multi-Ethnic Rutland". By focusing on the 1910 Census and its ethnic information, the program demonstrates that Rutland has had a rather large and diverse number of ethnic groups. The first individual considered is Eliza Johnson, wife of Charles Johnson, a barber, who was part of the Rutland black community. His program also discusses George Haddad who was born in the Lebanon district of Syria and Sam Lung, a Chinese laundryman who came to Rutland .
Run time 29 minutes 34 secondsProducer Rutland Historical SocietyAudio/Visual sound, color